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KP police launches blood donors forms

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PESHAWAR
The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa police has launched membership form for blood donors under the title “Blood Donors Corner” in police webiste list. It has been designed on the pattern of registration of “Online FIR” and many people are filling membership form in the police blood donors corner on voluntarily basis.
Police is the first responder to any emergency situation and beside rescue operations, also take injured persons of any casualties to the hospital for immediate treatment, says Police Spokesman.
It has also been come into experience that some time due to incessant bleeding and non-availability of required blood the victim succumbed to injuries in the hospital.
In the ongoing terrorist incidents the police repeatedly confronted the same like situation. On the other hand there is no dearth of philanthropists and social workers who take active part in such hour of trial by donating blood to the needy and injured victims.
Keeping this scenario in view, the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa police launched online membership form for the blood donors. Imbibed with the spirit of serving the needy people, mainly the young boys, have registered themselves with the police in blood donors corner and donating blood voluntarily on regularly basis.
More and more blood donors are filling this membership form on each passing day. So far more than 350 people have voluntarily become members of the police blood donors corner with their names and proper addresses.
One such donor with the name of Bilal citizen of Peshawar r/o Said Abad Pagaggi Road has donated blood 30 times in the hospital to the victims. All the members registered with police blood donors corner have expressed full satisfaction over it by saying they will keep continue donating blood in it till the last drop of their blood. The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa police is fully utilizing the latest modern information technology for the service of community and has thus earned name and fame of model police force in the country.



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